a type of mass spectrometry used in radiocarbon dating in which the proportion of carbon isotopes is counted directly, as contrasted with the indirect Geiger counter method, using an accelerator that drastically reduces the quantity of datable material required.
- Accelerator globulin
accelerator globulin accelerator globulin n. Variant of serum accelerator globulin.
not ; stemless; without visible stem. adjective (biology) having no stem adjective having no visible stem or a very short one
- Accelerator nerve
accelerator nerve accelerator nerve n. Any of the slender unmyelinated nerves establishing the sympathetic innervation of the heart, and originating from the ganglion cells of the superior, middle, and inferior cervical ganglion of the sympathetic trunk.
a graphic record in chart form, produced by an accelerograph in response to seismic ground motions.